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Interpretations have showed up in various dialects all the while with its distribution in Paris. Each asset of bookselling inventiveness has been depleted to make each individual who can peruse feel that the salvation of his body and soul relies upon his perusing Les Misérables.

The magnificence and the obloquy of the writer have both been constrained into helps to an arrangement of puffing at which Barnum himself would gaze stunned, and admit that he had never considered “an evade” in which artistic virtuoso and altruism could be aligned with the grossest bookselling sham.

In any case, we trust, that, after our American player has recuperated from his first stun of shock, he will vindicate the case of America to be considered the “principal country on the substance of the earth,” by quickly offering Dickens a hundred thousand dollars to watch over his display of canines, and Florence Nightingale a large portion of 1,000,000 to show up at his presentation of infants.

The French book shop additionally provoked the interest of the widespread public by a story that Victor Hugo composed Les Misérables a quarter century prior, yet, will undoubtedly give a specific French distributer every one of his works after his initially commended novel, he would not enjoyment the world with this result of his virtuoso until he had constrained the said distributer into a consistence with his terms.

The distributer shrank dismayed from the total which the creator requested, and this entirety was yearly expanded in sum, as years moved away and as Victor Hugo’s standing developed more stunning. Finally the distributer passed on, presumably from vexation, and Victor Hugo was free.

At that point he deigned to permit the current distributer to give Les Misérables on the installment of 80,000 dollars. It isn’t unexpected, that, to get his cash back, this distributer has been constrained to turn to stunts which surpass everything known in the entire history of writing.

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In 1815, M. Charles-Francois-Bienvenu Myriel was Bishop of D—— He was an old man of about seventy-five years of age; he had occupied the see of D—— since 1806.

Although this detail has no connection whatever with the real substance of what we are about to relate, it will not be superfluous, if merely for the sake of exactness in all points, to mention here the various rumors and remarks which had been in circulation about him from the very moment when he arrived in the diocese.

True or false, that which is said of men often occupies as important a place in their lives, and above all in their destinies, as that which they do. M. Myriel was the son of a coun- cillor of the Parliament of Aix; hence he belonged to the nobility of the bar.

It was said that his father, destining him to be the heir of his own post, had married him at a very early age, eighteen or twenty, in accordance with a custom which is rather widely prevalent in parliamentary families.

In spite of this marriage, however, it was said that Charles Myriel created a great deal of talk. He was well formed, though rather short in stature, elegant, graceful, intelligent; the whole of the first portion of his life had been devoted to the world and to gallantry.

The Revolution came; events succeeded each other with precipitation; the parlia- mentary families, decimated, pursued, hunted down, were dispersed. M. Charles Myriel emigrated to Italy at the very beginning of the Revolution. There his wife died of a malady of the chest, from which she had long suffered. He had no children. What took place next in the fate of M. Myriel?

The ruin of the French society of the olden days, the fall of his own family, the tragic spectacles of ‘93, which were, perhaps, even more alarming to the emigrants who viewed them from a distance, with the magnifying powers of terror,—did these cause the ideas of renunciation and solitude to germinate in him?

Was he, in the midst of these distractions, these affect- ions which absorbed his life, suddenly smitten with one of those mysterious and terrible blows which sometimes overwhelm, by striking to his heart, a man whom

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public catastrophes would not shake, by striking at his existence and his fortune? No one could have told: all that was known was, that when he returned from Italy he was a priest.
In 1804, M. Myriel was the Curé of B—— [Brignolles]. He was already advanced in years, and lived in a very retired manner.

About the epoch of the coronation, some petty affair connected with his curacy—just what, is not precisely known—took him to Paris. Among other powerful persons to whom he went to solicit aid for his parishioners was M. le Cardinal Fesch.

One day, when the Emperor had come to visit his uncle, the worthy Curé, who was waiting in the anteroom, found himself present when His Majesty passed. Napoleon, on finding himself observed with a certain curiosity by this old man, turned round and said abruptly:—
“Who is this good man who is staring at me?”

“Sire,” said M. Myriel, “you are looking at a good man, and I at a great man. Each of us can profit by it.”
That very evening, the Emperor asked the Cardinal the name of the Curé, and some time afterwards M. Myriel was utterly astonished to learn that he had been appointed Bishop of D——
What truth was there, after all, in the stories which were invented as to the early portion of M. Myriel’s life? No one knew.

Very few families had been acquainted with the Myriel family before the Revolution.
M. Myriel had to undergo the fate of every newcomer in a little town, where there are many mouths which talk, and very few heads which think.

He was obliged to un- dergo it although he was a bishop, and because he was a bishop. But after all, the ru- mors with which his name was connected were rumors only,—noise, sayings, words; less than words—palabres, as the energetic language of the South expresses it.

However that may be, after nine years of episcopal power and of residence in D——, all the stories and subjects of conversation which engross petty towns and petty people at the outset had fallen into profound oblivion. No one would have dared to mention them; no one would have dared to recall them.
M. Myriel had arrived at D—— accompanied by an elderly spinster, Mademo-

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